Arrive a Visitor, Leave a Local
London is known for its rich history and modern elegance. The extravagant Andaz London Liverpool Street is no exception, making this venue your go-to whenever you stay in the Big Smoke.
The hotel’s architecture seems a noteworthy nod to the heritage of its structure. Originally built in 1884 as the Great Eastern Hotel, the building was remodeled and renamed in 2007 to embody a look of modernism without stripping away the culture it was founded upon.
When entering the lobby, an instant sense of awe will spark the senses. The open space reflects a history of 19th-century avant-garde décor with whimsical touches of color. Local art dazzles the walls showcasing the distinctive personality and creativity of the surrounding neighborhood.
Designed by Conran and Partners to portray the city’s history with artistic flair, the hotel has 267 large rooms including 15 suites where guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and a minibar with non-alcoholic drinks and snacks. In addition, the popular hotel offers the 80-square-meter (ANDAZ)RED Suite, designed by Sir Terence Conran, which introduces designs inspired by the unique vibe of the local area. When guests choose to stay in this room, 30% of the nightly charge will be donated to (RED), co-founded by U2 frontman Bono, to support their fight against AIDS.
Moreover, the hotel includes six restaurants and bars, creating an individualized experience while offering exceptional service. If you find yourself over-indulging in the hotel’s exquisite cuisine, no worries! Their health club provides state-of-the-art fitness equipment with personalized TV screens.
Undoubtedly giving each guest a personalized experience, this hotel reflects an exceptional infusion of the classic feel, made of the locality.
For more details, visit: @andazlondon